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January 2, 2022

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Attainable Aspirations Inspired By Great Humans of the Past

Kindness enriches our life; with kindness mysterious things become clear, difficult things become easy, and dull things become cheerful.

– Leo Tolstoy –

Attainable Aspirations Inspired By Great Humans of the Past

“If Montaigne was right — he was –that philosophy is the art of learning to die, then living wisely is the art of learning how you will wish to have lived. A kind of resolution in reverse. This is where the wisdom of lives that have already been lived can be of immense aid — a source of forward-facing resolutions, borrowed from people who have long died, having lived, by any reasonable standard, honorable and generous lives, lives of beauty and substance, irradiated by ideas that have endured across the epochs to make other lives more livable.” In this post Maria Popova shares enduring wisdom from James Baldwin, Ursula K. Le Guin, Leo Tolstoy, Seneca, Toni Morrison, and more… { read more }

Be The Change

What is an aspiration that you are holding for this year, and perhaps this lifetime? Take a moment to write it down, along with a reflection on why it feels significant to you.

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